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Creative Digital Media Production BTEC Level 3 at Kennet School

Course description

If you are interested in film-making, video, and TV and would like to devote yourself to achieving excellence in this area this is the course for you. A typical student has studied arts subjects at GCSE and intends to progress to study Television and Film at University or Art College. She or he enjoys creative work in groups and developing knowledge of the media. Creative Digital Media Production (Television & Film) BTec students can combine the qualification with A Levels to provide a strong application for degree courses at university or art college or entry into employment in the industry.

Course content

Creative Digital Media Production BTec combines exciting practical projects with the essential knowledge and skills that universities and employers are looking for. You will be given the opportunity to experience different styles of learning in a range of assignments. Assignments develop practical skills in specific areas of production. More than half the learning will be done through practical activities based in projects. You will experience working with visiting professionals from the creative media industries at different times on the course. Practical skills will be developed in Preproduction Planning (such as storyboarding and pitching), Camera Techniques, Film Directing, Film and Video Editing and Scripting for TV and Film.

Entry requirements

Minimum of 5 A*-C grades at GCSE including both English and Mathematics at grade 5.

Future opportunities

This course will provide students with a high quality qualification that will be valued in the creative media industries, the arts industry and higher education. The kind of work undertaken in work environments created for the course will challenge students to work independently in a professional manner. The experience and understanding gained through this will equip students to be excellent candidates for further training in higher education and related degree courses at university or art college.

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Kennet School directly.

Last updated date: 10 October 2017

Key information

  • Start date: Next September
  • Duration: 1 Year

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